Saturday, 16 January 2010

JCC New Years Party













I hope pictures of the actual party will turn up soon...

8 comments:

Kyuukaryuko said...

I just love that kimono with the fake glass bubbles!

Amutje said...

Je bent zo gaaf en cute!!!
Ik kreeg Kimono van mama,... maar alles beetje out of date of te traditie! Je draagt Kimono met " Iki " echt Tof!

Amutje@gmail.com

Misuchi said...

thank you Anne, it's still a cute one he...
but I chose it, because it is actually one of my most "expensive looking" ones, and parties like this.... hahaha

Dankjewel Amutje, weetje, meeste van mijn kimono zijn oud (tweedehands) zeker out-of-date, maar echt met die oude kun je zeker nog een moderne look creeren.
Misschien wil je lid worden van Kimono Club Amsterdam? http://kimonoclubamsterdam.blogspot.com/
dit jaar zal ik meer mijn best proberen te doen kimono dagen te organiseren...

Non-Crowned Princess said...

I just want to try the feeling of wearing a kimono. That would be great!

jontpython said...

Hi,

I have a kimono question you may be able to help me with. If you wouldn't mind, please shoot a quick email to jtreble (AT) gmail (DOT) com.

Thanks,
Jonathan

Misuchi said...

Little princess, just try one on ^_^

Jonathan, you can ask your questions here if you don't mind.

liathchan said...

I just found your wonderful kimono blog site, and I'm so excited about your wonderful kimono collection! You have so many beautiful kimono and obi. I have only just started my collection,and I was feeling daunted by how to co-ordinate garments so that I can buy wisely and get the most from my collection as it grows...your blog has given me so many examples of perfect colour and pattern choices.
Many thanks,
Oli

Jenny said...

Hi. I'm in love with your kimono collection and am intending to start one of my own - making them and buying them. Would you be willing to be a contact? I'd love to have someone knowledgeable that I can talk to about them.
I adore all things Japanese, in particular the language and kimono. I'm trying to expand my ability in Japanese, but it's difficult as I live in an almost exclusively english speaking household - and I'm the exception.